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post #1 of 132 Old 09-14-2007, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Fave Breed?

I know, this has probably been done heaps of times, but hey, why not again! Ok, my personal faves are:

Quarter Horses- I own one called Peppy (His registered name is 49er Lonesomedove pep), he's so beautiful and calm :) I just love their gorgeous natures

Andys- They look so regal and magnificent, I really want one! I love 'em!

And Cydies- They're so clumsy looking, I love the way they're so big and bulky with their feathers and whiskers!

Anyway, that's me, so what are some other people's faves?

The Outside of a horse might be good to look at, but it's what's inside that tells you if he's good for anything else. -Mark Rashid, (A Good Horse Is Never A Bad Colour)
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post #2 of 132 Old 09-14-2007, 09:56 AM
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I love all horses but have Kentucky/Rockys at the moment. I don't think there is a bad horse, only horses who have been treated badly by people.
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post #3 of 132 Old 09-14-2007, 10:10 AM Thread Starter
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I know what you mean, I love all horses, and I don't discriminate against a particular breed but these are just a few I'm partial to =]

It's the whole "there's no such thing as a bad horse, just a bad rider" thing, I knew a really awful horse who reared and charged people, but I genuinely suspect he was mistreated. it's sad what people do to animals...

But, anyway =] I'm not looking to start a whole "This breed of horse is better" thing, I'm just interested in people's opinons

The Outside of a horse might be good to look at, but it's what's inside that tells you if he's good for anything else. -Mark Rashid, (A Good Horse Is Never A Bad Colour)
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Ok then, Of course I love my Kentucky horses but I saw an episode on RFD TV about Gypsy Varners (sp?) They are the coolest horses, just beautiful.
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duh totally arabians!!! haha
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post #6 of 132 Old 09-14-2007, 08:03 PM
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I love Clydesdales!!! We know some people in texas that have 7 or 8!!! They are so gorgeous!!! I love QHs and..... warmbloods-(I know there are all kinds but i can't decide!)
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Ok then, Of course I love my Kentucky horses but I saw an episode on RFD TV about Gypsy Varners (sp?) They are the coolest horses, just beautiful.
Gypsy Vanners are gorgeous!
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post #8 of 132 Old 09-15-2007, 12:41 AM
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Love appaloosa's, standardbreds, connemara's and welsh sec D.
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I love the old TB, hannoveins, QH and ASH. Thats my cuppa tea!

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post #10 of 132 Old 09-15-2007, 06:35 AM Thread Starter
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I love gypsy vanners! they're gorgeous! and TBs... ah! so beautiful =]

The Outside of a horse might be good to look at, but it's what's inside that tells you if he's good for anything else. -Mark Rashid, (A Good Horse Is Never A Bad Colour)
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